Kick away the winter blues and get active with Merton Active’s range of sport and leisure activities for children of all ages this half term (February 15-19).
Merton Council’s cross-party planning committee tonight unanimously approved AFC Wimbledon’s application to build a new 20,000-seater football stadium in the borough.
Mayor of Merton’s rider Tony Richards cycled 100 miles in the Prudential Ride London this weekend (2 August), crossing the finishing line in The Mall six hours and 24 minutes after leaving the start line at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium early Sunday morning.
Excitement has been building in Merton as the Wimbledon Tennis Championships got underway this week, with Merton Council playing a significant role in supporting and ensuring the smooth running of the world famous event.
Primary schools from across Merton went head to head, competing for the prized trophy in the borough’s inter-school bowling competition on 22 June in John Innes Park, home of Merton Park Bowls Club.
Merton’s basketball team has successfully qualified for the finals weekend of the Balfour Beatty London Youth Games being held at Crystal Palace Nationals Sports Centre on Saturday 4 July.
Ahead of the world famous Wimbledon Tennis Championships, 29 June to 12 July, Merton Council has opened a new online booking and payment link to make it easier for tennis fans to secure a priority car parking space.
Merton’s Schools competed this week in the first ever school golfing competition organised by the Merton School Sports Partnership.
Merton Council officially opened its new multi-use games area (MUGA) at Canons Leisure Centre this week.
As you know, Mayor of Merton Councillor Agatha Akyigyina, presented former Wimbledon Ladies’ Singles champions Virginia Wade, Ann Haydon-Jones and Angela Barrett (née Mortimer) with the freedom of the borough […]